Intergovernmental Affairs Bureau

 

The Bureau of Intergovernmental Affairs is responsible for the coordination of all significant communications between the Attorney General's Office and New York's public and elected officials.  The Bureau also orchestrates the Office's community outreach initiatives, partnering with not-for-profit, grassroots, community and issue-based organizations as well as elected officials.  The Bureau is tasked with educating the public on key issues the Office is working on such as internet safety, consumer frauds such as ID theft, student lending, Project Sunlight, civil and labor rights, and a host of other issues of importance.

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